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Rectangular Heavy-Duty Padlock £3.69 @ Aldi

£3.69 @ ALDI
Good value solid brass padlock, ideal for sheds, bikes, tools and more. Dimensions: 75 x 47 x 18 mm with 11mm hardened pin. Internal shackle space 25x12 mm. I use it with a 12mm cable it mak… Read More
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9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago
Good value solid brass padlock, ideal for sheds, bikes, tools and more.

Dimensions: 75 x 47 x 18 mm with 11mm hardened pin.

Internal shackle space 25x12 mm.

I use it with a 12mm cable it makes a good bicycle lock, half the weight and smaller than a U lock,not as secure but ok for a short stop.

Build quality is good and the lock mech is reliable.
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2 Likes #1
These are great for using as practice lock picking as a lot of wheel champers use the same type.
#2
Is it me or does 90% of things I but then appear on hot deals at a great price!
#3
Siddas
These are great for using as practice lock picking as a lot of wheel champers use the same type.

Best idea with them is to let the air out, smother with fairy liquid, take it off and return it to the clamper un harmed.

Nothing they can do about that one.
#4
Looks ok
1 Like #5
InTheKnow444
Siddas
These are great for using as practice lock picking as a lot of wheel champers use the same type.
Best idea with them is to let the air out, smother with fairy liquid, take it off and return it to the clamper un harmed.
Nothing they can do about that one.
Why return it to them?

Just leave it where you found it.

Hardly your fault if someone else happens to come along and take it.


Edited By: abarthman on Oct 13, 2016 21:04
#6
Why are you talking about wheel clamps when they are illegal to use now!
#7
crazylegs
Why are you talking about wheel clamps when they are illegal to use now!


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